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Security Implications of Biden’s Liquified Natural Gas Pause: Real or Inflated?

If Biden's LNG export strategy leaves non-FTA importers unable to meet their energy needs, states planning a natural gas transition may look elsewhere. However, new policy mechanisms may be in order if the Department of Energy finds that increased dependence on natural gas poses a risk for the U.S. and its allies. Read more...

The U.S. is Losing the Great Power Competition in Africa

America’s loss of influence in the region is a great blow to its counter-terrorism strategy and key mineral access. Renewing African trust and engagement will be a difficult diplomatic challenge requiring both creative traditional and public diplomacy, but it is clear that U.S. policy cannot continue in the same manner.Read more...